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Contribution to the problem of plastid variation. IV. On the isotope-(32P)-induced nuclear gene mp-l of Epilobium



Contribution to the problem of plastid variation. IV. On the isotope-(32P)-induced nuclear gene mp-l of Epilobium



Molecular and General Genetics 101(3): 257-306




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